Kashmir

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  • good morning class, today we are going to be learning about Kashmir. this is our special speaker today. 
  • thank you so much!
  • everyone please pay attention to the information he will be giving us today 
  • Even before India and Pakistan won their independence from Britain in August 1947, Kashmir was hotly contested
  • Many people in the territory do not want it to be governed by India, preferring instead either independence or union with Pakistan
  • In his speech to his party cadres, Mr Modi challenged ordinary Pakistani's to a race on development as opposed to one on military engagement.
  • India and Pakistan did indeed agree a ceasefire in 2003 after years of bloodshed along the de facto border also formally known as the Line of Control.
  • A new war followed in 1965, while in 1999 India fought a brief but bitter conflict with Pakistani-backed forces.
  • Pakistan later promised to stop funding insurgents in the territory while India offered them an amnesty if they renounced militancy.
  • strong action against Pakistan - who India blames for the attack 
  •  the Indian prime minister managed to turn attention from incessant warmongering towards long-term challenges facing the region.
  • in conclusion...now seems to be taking a risk in bringing some costs to bear on Pakistan for its misadventures in Kashmir.
  • Pakistan will clearly continue to be a nuisance in the near future but Mr Modi's India is gearing up for a larger stage and bigger stakes.
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